The season of spring reminds us of great changes that are beyond our control. The weather changes, flowers bloom and we enjoy more sunlight. At this time of year, many religious traditions mark these changes with holidays that celebrate birth and rebirth, creation, renewal and excitement about what is to come.
Read the New Testament with your church community - you'll make more progress!
We're all created to be our unique selves - within a family of faith.
The "Seven Things we Know to be True" - faithfully.  
Learning how to make Christmas your own - that's growth!
If you seek grace and truth, you'll find it here.
The "transition holidays" remind us to slow down.
Life is about the hard choices - what will you decide?
Do good for God with your SCV church family.
Now's the time to sign the kids up for vacation Bible school.
Humble beginnings, core values and finding "the Way"
Ready to make a plan for positive change? Read this first.
The best SCV egg hunts, plus where to celebrate Easter.
This six-week church-wide campaign is designed to challenge and grow your faith.
Are you ready to make this the best year yet?
Live your faith, every day - in every way.
New Ways to Connect to your Faith PLUS A Holiday Boutique!
We want the perfect life - the perfect job, the perfect kids and spouse, the perfect body and health.
Connecting to your community through faith.
On November 4, 2018, Santa Clarita United Methodist Church will present Mozart's epic masterpiece, Requiem Mass in D Minor at 7:00 PM in their sanctuary, located at 26640 Bouquet Canyon Road in Santa Clarita. The choir will be joined by various other groups, including singers from Valencia High School, Los Angeles Mission College, and other local area churches. Professional soloists will join forces with the accompaniment of Mozart's intended chamber orchestra, including two basset horns, a clarinet-like instrument that was used frequently in the Classical era.
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